Broughton Island, New Zealand

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Location
48°02'35"S
166°37'14"E
Country
 New Zealand
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Broughton Island is the second largest island of The Snares, at 48°02′35″S 166°37′15″E. It sits just off the South Promontory of the main island North East Island, which itself lies approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) south of New Zealand's South Island. The island is some 1 by 0.5 km (0.62 by 0.31 mi) in size, with the main axis running northeast to southwest, and the highest elevation is 86 m (282 ft). The island is named after William Robert Broughton.
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